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Summaries 2014

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Summaries for 2013 are located here.


Weekly summaries give you an overview of the #LangChat discussion in an orderly fashion. Easily read through the conversation and locate great new ideas and resources with the summaries below. If you'd like the detailed conversation including every tweet shared during the #LangChat hour, please visit the archives.


Strategies to help learners at any level get the overall meaning of a text

December 4, 2014


Top 10 Reasons that #Langchat is an Awesome Professional Learning Network!

November 20, 2014


Tips for Implementing a New Proficiency Based Program

October 30, 2014


What are your favorite methods and tasks that “personalize” your instruction?

October 23, 2014


How can we move students from “novice-mid” to “novice-high”?

October 16, 2014


What Are Effective Goals and Formats for “Bell work”?

October 9, 2014


Learning Versus Acquisition and What it Means for Our Teaching

October 2, 2014


What Pre-Teaching Strategies Work Best?

September 25, 2014


Practical ways to achieve and show data for students’ reading progress

September 18, 2014


Student Self-Reflection, Assessment, and Documentation

September 11, 2014


How to Help Students Gain Proficiency in Writing

September 4, 2014


How do we fit proficiency-based practices into a grading system?

August 28, 2014


How to Incorporate More Comprehensible Input and Authentic Resources in a “Traditional” Language Program

August 21, 2014


Review Strategies to Get Students Moving Forward Quickly After a Long Break

August 14, 2014


How Do You Encourage Students to Build Language Skills Outside of Class or Over Extended Vacations?

June 19, 2014


Integrating Interpersonal Speaking into Language Instruction

June 12, 2014


Maintaining/Improving Your Target Language Over the Summer

June 5, 2014


Accurately Assessing Student Proficiency

May 29, 2014


How to Scaffold Authentic Resources: We Ask. You Tell.

May 22, 2014


The ‘Flipped’ Class in Language Teaching: What Works? What Doesn’t?

May 15, 2014


Increasing Your Target Language Use in the Classroom

May 8, 2014


Technology in the Classroom: the Right Tool at the Right Time

May 1, 2014


i + 1 = ? What’s your formula for comprehensible input?

April 24, 2014


Fostering Deeper Learning Through Feedback

April 17, 2014


Incorporating Culture in Language Instruction

April 10, 2014


25 Tips for a More Successful and Fun World Language Class

March 20, 2014


Common Concerns For Non-Communication-Based Teachers and How to Help Overcome Them

March 13, 2014


10 Tricks for Teaching Novice Students to Circumlocute

March 6, 2014Summaries 2014


Reading Activities and Tools for the World Language Classroom

February 27, 2014


Using Centers and Stations to Teach World Language

February 20, 2014


Tips and Resources for Interacting with Native Language Speakers

February 13, 2014


10 Rules for a Communicative World Language Classroom

February 6, 2014


A Rainbow of Diversity: Diverse Methods and Styles in World Language Teaching

January 30, 2014


Creating a Standards-Based Grading Classroom that Everyone Can Love

January 16, 2014


Top 10 World Language Teaching Resolutions for 2014

January 9, 2014


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